Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii
On this extraterrestrial landscape, lava spews into the Pacific Ocean. This creates striking scenes along the rugged coastline that look like it’s from a fireball. It’s located in the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, about 45 miles, or 72 kilometers southwest of Hilo. Since 1983, this volcano has constantly erupted and has destroyed nearly 200 homes (NPS).